Aim & Scope
The Florida Journal of International Law is a scholarly publication devoted to timely discussion of prescient international legal issues. Its subscribers include legal scholars and practitioners from around the world.
Founded in 1984 as the Florida International Law Journal, it has been known as the Florida Journal of International Law since 1990. After the Florida Law Review, it is the oldest student-run journal at the University of Florida Levin College of Law.
The Florida Journal of International Law, published three times a year, selects its editorial board and staff from the top ten percent of students at the University of Florida Levin College of Law and from selected participants in the Journal’s Write-On Competitions. As a co-curricular student activity, the Journal enables students to earn academic credit while honing their legal research and writing skills.
Recent articles published have treated subjects as varied as International Commercial and Trade Law, Intellectual Property Law, Human Rights Law, Terrorism, War Crimes Tribunals, International Environmental Law, and Maritime Law.
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